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Antique samurai sakatsura ebira (a fur-covered quiver).

Antique samurai sakatsura ebira (a fur-covered quiver).

Naadam Festival archer, Mongolia. Technically not a reenactor, but rather an archer wearing traditional Mongolian attire.

Naadam Festival archer, Mongolia. Technically not a reenactor, but rather an archer wearing traditional Mongolian attire.

Antique Edo period samurai manju-no-wa (short armored vest).

Antique Edo period samurai manju-no-wa (short armored vest).

Kago yumi (kago hankyu / rimankyu). a small bow made from horn instead of wood, used by samurai when traveling in a palanquin (litter or sedan chair). Small ya (arrows) and kago ebira (quiver).

Kago yumi (kago hankyu / rimankyu). a small bow made from horn instead of wood, used by samurai when traveling in a palanquin (litter or sedan chair). Small ya (arrows) and kago ebira (quiver).

Uki-e Wakoku Keiseki Kyōto Sanjūsangen-dō no Zu : Perspective Pictures of Places in Japan: Sanjūsangen-dō in Kyoto; Uki-e Illustrated Tōshi-ya of the Sanjūsangen-dō.

Uki-e Wakoku Keiseki Kyōto Sanjūsangen-dō no Zu : Perspective Pictures of Places in Japan: Sanjūsangen-dō in Kyoto; Uki-e Illustrated Tōshi-ya of the Sanjūsangen-dō.

A rattan arrow quiver (utsubo)  Edo period (17th-18th Century), brown woven rattan, 39in. (99cm.) long.

A rattan arrow quiver (utsubo) Edo period (17th-18th Century), brown woven rattan, 39in. (99cm.) long.

Suji bachi kabuto, mogami dou gusoku, on the left is a yumi -dai (archery set) consisting of a quiver, arrows, bows and a carrier. Samurai Exhibit, Portland Art Museum.

Suji bachi kabuto, mogami dou gusoku, on the left is a yumi -dai (archery set) consisting of a quiver, arrows, bows and a carrier. Samurai Exhibit, Portland Art Museum.